This guide includes resources for the ArcGIS StoryMaps assignment for ENG 152B: Undisciplining Medieval Arthurian Literature. Use the sidebar menu to navigate to different pages of this course guide. New content will be added to this guide as needed throughout the semester.
We'll look at the following story map to help frame our discussion about effective use of digital storytelling tools. We'll also practice adding a couple pieces of media to different content blocks in StoryMaps to explore the some of the available options for presenting audiovisual and narrative content.
Go to Brandeis ArcGIS Online.
Click the Brandeis University login option. You will be directed to Brandeis login page where you can sign in with your Brandeis credentials.
Then, on the Brandeis ArcGIS Online homepage, click the App launcher menu to view a list of Esri apps. Scroll down the list and click StoryMaps to launch the software in a new browser tab.
The following resources can help you get started with outlining your story map, identifying key materials that you'll need to collect, etc.
The following galleries include story maps on a variety of topics. You can view story maps created by Brandeis students for different classes in our Brandeis ArcGIS Online homepage gallery (Brandeis login required).
Brandeis Library provides multiple forms of instruction and research support for Brandeis students who are working on ArcGIS StoryMaps projects: